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caveats

Warnings. Frequently encountered in real estate disclosures or contracts with the words “to the best of the Seller's knowledge”or “but without aid of a structural engineer.”

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38) A caveat to the multinational ROE is a constraint the commander needs to know during mission analysis to properly visualize the situation.
If the caveator is not a state agency or a resident of the Florida county where the caveat is filed, the caveator shall must file a designation of designate an agent for service of notice.
A determination of the application of caveat emptor will depend upon the classification.
The United States has taken the lead in trying to get NATO allies that have imposed caveats to abandon them or at least modify them sufficiently to provide more tactical flexibility for commanders.
Michael Herron, CEO of Vega stated, "This has been quite an ordeal and we are happy that Pink Sheets has removed the caveat emptor symbol.
One other caveat, if the gun is in really good condition, take care of it.
As a caveat, this model for escape simplifies quantum mechanical aspects of neutron interactions.
With that caveat firmly in mind, The Doctor's Health Care is a groundbreaking challenge to "conventional wisdom" concerning what is good and bad for the heart.
My caveat is that the only way I could have known that ID Media had designed the site was to look all over the place.
This is a useful caveat for scales in major and minor tenth double stops, as there will be hands that cannot comfortably make this reach, especially below seventh position.
Among the louche and permissive, this sort of experience is called fun, and Zelevansky's prim caveat seems to suggest that we should abandon such tawdry pleasures, stop gawking at the centerfold, and start reading the articles.
The second caveat is that, unfortunately, there are those employees that don't care about doing a good job.